Two days spent on Kangaroo Island, located near the southern coast of Australia, were a real chill out time after two weeks of continuous driving across the continent.
The Island, very famous for its exceptionally picturesque landscapes, had lots of unexpected thrills to offer. The Remarkable Rocks, Seal Bay, Flinders Chase National Park, Admiral’s Arch or Vivonne Bay – just to name the few of many breathtaking places on Kangaroo Island.
What is very characteristic about this place, is that there is a total ban on introducing foreign plant and animal species, as there are lots of native species on the Island that don’t live anywhere else in the world. The western grey kangaroo, short-beaked echidna or Australian sea lions - these are just some of the species that can be observed, in their natural environment, only in this part of the world. There is also a large colony, of koalas, brought to the island in the nineteenth century.
As you can imagine, the opportunities of practising the nature photography were countless.
Just have a look at this very last series of photos from Australia, as the totally new set of pictures, from a completely different trip will be put online next week :)